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Movie Review: Chicken Curry Law

August 9th, 2019 | by vBollywood Author
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Movie: Chicken Curry Law
Cast: Ashutosh Rana, Makrand Deshpande, Natalia Janoszek, Nivedita, Zakir Hussain, Ganesh Pai
Writer: Shekhar Sirrinn
Director: Shekhar Sirrinn
Our rating: 3/5
Official trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejhQDlbYsbg

Chicken Curry Law shows a foreigner, covered in a single piece of cloth, left roadside in a helpless condition. After investigation, a social rights’ activist Satya (Nivedita Bhattacharya) gets to learn that it was a rape. It’s done by two relatives of the Union Minister Sharad Joshi (Zakir Hussain) and Satya finds no lawyer to fight this case. A lawyer-turned-Pav-Bhaji-Seller, Sitapati (Ashutosh Rana) decides to take over after a lot of convincing by Satya.

Sitapati works and investigates, he reaches to the conclusion but witnesses everything going the wrong direction. He deals with a selfish and wicked lawyer in Mutthu Swamy (Makrand Deshpande), who does everything to change the course of the case. The remaining story is all about will Maya (Natalia Janoszek) be able to get justice, or was this all her plan to get something bigger out of the scenario.

Chicken Curry is written by Shekhar Sirrinn with a very noble intention. The film could have been executed well. Although the film is good but with no strong narrative to back it up.

Chicken Curry has star performance by Ashutosh Rana who tries his best to fit into the character he has played similarly in Mulk. His greatness and his presence seems impressive throughout the movie. Makrand Deshpande is great in his role, he plays a South Indian character. Natalia Janoszek plays a typical foreigner in Bollywood movies. Her acting is good. Nivedita Bhattacharya gives a decent performance.

Chicken Curry Law has composition by Shekhar Sirrinn, he wrote two songs and sang one song for the film.  Kailash Kher’s ‘Ya Khudara Maaf Kar’ is good.

Chicken Curry Law is backed by good intentions and brilliant performances. The film has a noble cause of sharing about the host-guest relationship in India.

Chicken Curry Law releases on 09th August, 2019.

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